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BY THE EDITOR


an understandable reluctance in these financially strained times from many to pay for these offerings. We do not have shareholders to pay and therefore our costs are modest and we feel that we can succeed to produce this new magazine FREE of charge for all Bird Keepers.


Obviously we need assistance to obtain articles from the very many sources that are active in the bird keeping world but we are confident that in the same way that the Specialist Societies rallied around in 2007 to restart ‘The National Exhibition’ we will receive the material that is needed to make for a very interesting, colourful and informative publication. On a personal note I have kept and bred many foreign birds and Budgerigars over the years and am greatly looking forward to editing this new publication.


Our aim is to ensure that everyone with an interest in birds and a personal computer are aware of this publication.


Les Rance, Editor, The Parrot Society UK www.theparrotsocietyuk.org


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LES RANCE


We will use the e-magazine to publicise and raise donations for our Conservation activities around the world and to promote The National Exhibition which will be held at Stafford County Showground on Sunday 9th October as an additional feature at our Stafford Sales Day. The Exhibiting Societies have found this event to be just what they were missing. The Parrot Society supplies the Exhibition Halls and all the staging at no cost to the Societies and also pays a bounty for each show cage benched. Also, with thousands of bird enthusiasts attending the Show there are great opportunities for the Societies to display their birds and recruit new members. As the Exhibition has now been running for four years it is relatively easy for the Parrot Society to organise and we feel that now is the time to turn our expertise to another area of Bird Keeping, hence our development of this e-magazine.


les.rance@theparrotsocietyuk.org


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